The WikiTree Challenge 2021 Week 15

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Date: 14 Apr 2021 to 21 Apr 2021
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The WikiTree Challenge Week 15

Guest Star: Cheri (Hudson) Passey

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South Carolina Resources

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Interesting Finds

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  • "Original data: ( South Carolina) This unique collection of records was extracted from a variety of sources including family group sheets and electronic databases. Originally, the information was derived from an array of materials including pedigree charts, family history articles, querie.
  • William Smith: Inscription on headstone " "Yet tears are left and long regrets. Unceasing shall their tribute pay. As soon the heart to throb forget. As thy remembrance pass away."
  • Mary Ann (Amick) Huet (abt.1770-abt.1860) a big court case over the sale of 200 acres of land she owned “on the waters of South Edisto” led to lots of adverts in the papers which gave us the names of many of her children and their spouses.

Free Space Pages

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Military Profiles

Did any of the guest's family serve in the military or military conflicts (Civil War, Revolutionary War, WWI, etc.)?

American Revolution

  1. John F. Frierson He became a Lt. in the Fifth Regiment on 9 March 1778. he transferred to the 2nd Regiment in February 1780 and was taken prisoner at the Fall of Charleston. After being exchanged during Jun 1781, he served to the close of the war.[1]
  2. GGGG-Grandfather, Charles McManus (1747-1830) Revolutionary War, South Carolina
  3. GGGG-Grandfather, Joshua Stafford fought in Virginia during the American Revolution in 1778.
  4. Claudius Richbourg served in South Carolina during the American Revolution. John Richbourg's sub-officers were Henry Richbourg, James Richbourg, and Nathaniel Richbourg, who were his brothers. Claudius was Cheri's 7th great-grandfather.
  5. Phillip Bodham Roberts served in the Marion War during the American Revolution.
  6. John Epps
  7. John Gibson
  8. Benjamin Walker Jr.
  9. John Bradford
  10. Henry Clader Vaughn - Cheri's 6th great-grandfather

War of 1812:

  1. Edmund Price (1770-1828)

Civil War:

  1. Ezra Ashby Hudson was a private in the Palmetto Battalion of Ligh Artillery on the Confederate side during the American Civil War. He was Cheri's second great-grandfather.
  2. Thomas Lemuel Thames (1827-abt.1863) fought for Confederacy
  3. James Booth served as a Private in the South Carolina Infantry on the Confederate side during the American Civil War. James was Cheri's 4th great-grandfather.

World War II

  1. Cheri's grandfather Gilbert Roberts and his brothers Edmond and Wilbert all died in World War II.
  2. Cheri's paternal grandfather Ben Hudson served


Brick Walls

  1. Not quite a brick wall, but I've solved the mystery of what happened to Betrand Campbell Price when he left his home in 1922.

Needs Work

  1. The link from William J Dorrity to Alexander Dorrity is so close. Alexander was executor on the probate for Ozias Mathis who is probably William's wife's brother. But just couldn't find a source to make the final connection here.


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